Thursday, February 03, 2005
Definition of 'Seebeck'
Seebeck [si'bEk], vt.: for a large, official, organizational intitiative to suck similar but cooler individual efforts into its whirlwind and ultimately kill or cripple them, either intentionally or accidentally. "The work blog I was running on my desktop machine with Tomcat got seebecked by the new corporate blogging program". (from the Seebeck Computer Center at the University of Alabama)